byMatthews, Washington, 1843-1905; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. fmo; Huntington Free Library. fmo
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CONTENTS. Introductory 23-34 The Name Navaho 23 Orthography and Pronunciation of the word Navaho 26 Origin and Stock of the Navaho 26 Migration of the Denes 28 Site and Area of the Navaho Country 30 Physical Features of the Land 31-32 Population 33-34 Cosmogony and Natural Phenomena 35-117 The Universe 35 Earth and Sky 35-36 Sun and Moon 37-41 Time 37-39 Light, Shade, Mirage 40 Eclipse, Phases of the Moon 41 Stars and Constellations 42-45 Clouds 45 Mist or Fog, Wind and Storm, Rain and Rainbow... Topics: Navajo Indians, Navajo language
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byKing, Cecil S.; Nez, Marian [Translator]; Bahe, Henry [Illustrator]
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Flag of My Country. Shikéyah Bidah Na'at'a'í Navajo New World Readers 2 Library of Congress Classification: PE Topics: Flags -- United States, Navajo language -- Readers Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/23424
A bilingual social studies textbook emphasizing the Navaho way of life and man's place in the natural world Topics: Navajo Indians -- Juvenile literature, Navajo Indians, Indians of North America -- Southwest, New...